- Kevin Durant will be an unrestricted agent after the current NBA season
- There were reports saying that Durant was eyeing to transfer to other team
- However, Durant revealed what he is looking for in a team
Golden State Warriors’ Kevin Durant will be an unrestricted free agent when season ’18’-19 ends. KAMI learned that there are teams who are trying to get Durant to play with them.
However, Durant broke his silence regarding this issue. In a report by ABS-CBN News, Durant told Chris Haynes of Yahoo! Sports that, “Ain’t nobody can recruit me no more.”
"I want to dictate the environment that I want to be in," he said. "...You can't give me the bells and whistles. ... I would rather see what you do on a day-to-day basis," Durant added.
According to Durant, he is already getting what he wants with the Warriors. He also said that money has played a role in his decision as reported by Warriors Wire. As of now, only the Warriors can offer Durant over $219 million for a five-year contract.
There have been reports going on that Durant was leaning on to transfer to New York Knicks. This also sparked controversies between Durant and his teammate Draymond Green who questioned Durant’s loyalty to their team.
Born on September 29, 1988, Durant has been awarded as NBA’s MVP in 2014. When he transferred to Warriors from Oklahoma City Thunder, he won the championship twice and was hailed as the NBA Finals MVP as well.
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